Inside the Scientist’s Studio
with Professor Minoti Apte OAM
“Dancing through Science: fuelling imagination and exploration”
“The very qualities that allow us to excel at work – the meticulousness, the obsessiveness, the attention to detail – can often be a bit tiresome for people living with us at home. So learn to relax a little, be a bit more easygoing at home – keep the big picture in mind and don’t sweat the small stuff –
Wednesday, 2o th November, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
PSAS, 22 Pakenham Street, Fremantle
This is unique opportunity that is not to be missed – tickets are free but space is limited so please
Our special guest, Professor Minote Apte OAM, will face a mix of probing questions and friendly persuasion to give an up close and personal understanding of a leading scientist, their life and their research journey.
Professor Apte will be interviewed by WA’s own Dr Renee Newman, an accomplished performer and director.
Professor Apte is a world leading researcher into pancreatic disease whose work has led to significant advances in our understanding of this devastating group of diseases. Her research and community work has been recognised by a Medal of the Order of Australia in 2014 and the 2015 NSW Premier’s Award for Woman of the Year amongst many other prestigious acknowledgements.
Introduced in 2017, “Inside the Scientist’s Studio” is a unique event which aims to delve into the minds of some of the world’s great scientists, and deliver an insight into the secrets to their success, inspiring the next generation of research leaders. Previous special guests were Australian Nobel Laureate, Prof Peter Doherty and renowned immunologist Prof Josef Penninger.
Professor Minote Apte OAM, eminent scientist, accomplished Indian classical dancer, choreographer and community worker.